Have you gotten this far in your life without knowing that Sally Field starred in a 1972 Christmas-themed horror movie that pits her against the baroness from The Sound of Music? Not only does your host get into this Aaron Spelling-produced made-for-TV wonder, but he does so with writer-director Sam […]
This is part one of a two-part series on cannabis use and pregnancy. According to a survey published last year in the Journal of the American Medical Association, weed is now the “most commonly used illicit drug during pregnancy.” While the danger of the drug to a fetus is still […]
You might think the 1991 Barbra Streisand-starring, Barbra Streisand-directed film The Prince of Tides is typical mom fare along the lines of The Bridges of Madison County. You are wrong. Guest Janie Haddad Tompkins gets Tony and Drew to realize why this film is deeper, darker and more profound than […]
Nintendo’s Smash Bros. series has become not only an altar to worship the gods of video games past but also a place to pay our respects to video game music. In this episode, I anticipate the arrival of Smash Bros. Ultimate on Friday with ten examples of Smash Bros. covers […]
It’s October, and Singing Mountain celebrates the Halloween season with the first actual, fully fledged sequel episode: a follow-up to Episode 10: An 8-Bit Halloween from October last year. Like the original, it’s a celebration of the spookiest music to ever be created for the NES and/or Famicom systems. Boo. […]
If trapped on a boat, wouldn’t you murder someone? A game of allegedly fictional scandals turns deadly in 1973’s The Last of Sheila. Movie person and noted ex-boyfriend Spencer Alcorn joins Tony and Drew to talk Dyan Cannon, Raquel Welch and I guess if we’re being honest James Coburn too.
Benign masochism, messed-up spicy versus emotionally spicy, adrenaline rushes, gochujang, and “to kimchi” with chef Judy Joo. And her eating recommendations for London and Hong Kong.